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Very cold blooded and wants to die when taking off

Very cold blooded. don't want to warm up. sputters and wants to die when taking off even when ran awhile.

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Not cold blooded but jet clogged. clean those things or take it to a shop to get carb and jets cleaned not rebuilt but just cleaned.

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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